Renee Gadwa, M.B.A.

As the Michigan Alzheimer’s Disease Center (MADC) Outreach and Education Program Manager, Renee is responsible for the planning and implementation of outreach and education activities at the MADC and in the community. She provides education and support for those with dementia, maintains the MADC newsletter and other social media outlets, recruits for MADC supported studies, and explores opportunities for programs that blend education and wellness.

Renee has nearly 10 years of experience in dementia care, education and support in the long-term care setting. She earned her bachelor’s degree in health science with a minor in psychology from Grand Valley State University and her MBA in Healthcare Management from Southern New Hampshire University.
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